Item description for How to Deal with Anger by Larry Crabb & Gary T. Smalley...
Overview WHAT MAKES YOU MAD? If someone keeps you from achieving your goal, do you get angry? What do you do with those feelings-keep them bottled up inside or lash out at those around you? Well-known author and psychologist Larry Crabb offers down-to-earth counsel about how to handle these emotions. He talks about the differences between goals and desires and what factors to weigh when deciding whether or not to express your feelings. The booklet concludes with some questions for reflection and action and some verses for meditation.
Publishers Description Well-known author and psychologist Larry Crabb talks about the differences between goals and desires and what factors to weigh when deciding whether or not to express your feelings.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 4" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Release Date May 15, 1989
Publisher NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN 0891095268 ISBN13 9780891095262
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More About Larry Crabb & Gary T. Smalley
Lawrence J. Crabb, Jr. (better known as Dr. Larry Crabb) is a psychologist, author, Bible teacher and seminar speaker. Dr. Crabb has written many best-selling books and is the founder and director of New Way Ministries. He serves as a Spiritual Director for the American Association of Christian Counselors and since 1996 has been the Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence of Colorado Christian University.
Crabb was born in Evanston, Illinois, in 1944 and was a reluctant student of psychology until he began studying abnormal psychology and personality theory. During graduate school he experienced a period of deep scepticism before being guided back to the faith by Francis Schaeffer and CS Lewis. His renewed spiritual passion convinced him that Christianity had a more fundamental role to play in clinical psychology.
Crabb's first books were Basic Principles of Biblical Counseling (Zondervan, 1975) and Effective Biblical Counseling (Zondervan, 1977). He has since gone on to write over 40 further books; some of his more well-known ones include Inside Out, Finding God, Connecting and Men & Women: Enjoying the Difference.
He founded the Institute of Biblical Counseling in the early-1980s while on the faculty of Grace Theological Seminary (1982–1989). The institute has since been replaced with the School of Behavioral Sciences. The school was birthed out of his book Shattered Dreams (WaterBrook, 2001) describing Naomi's journey from the Book of Ruth. New Way Ministries (the "new way" from Romans 7:6), established in 2001, runs the schools/conferences.
Crabb was Adjunct Professor of Applied Theology at Regent College from 1998–1999, Chairman and Professor, Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling Program, Colorado Christian University, 1989–1996, Chairman and Professor, Graduate Department of Biblical Counseling, Grace Theological Seminary, 1982–1989 and in private practice for Clinical Psychology in Boca Raton, Florida, 1973-1982. He was also the lone psychologist at the Psychological Counseling Center, Florida Atlantic University - Assistant Professor, Psychology Department 1971-1973 and Assistant Professor, Psychology, University of Illinois Staff Psychologist, Student Counseling Center, University of Illinois, 1970-1971. He received Teacher of the Year Award in the Psychology Department in 1971.
Dr. Crabb and his wife of forty-six years, Rachael, live in the Denver, Colorado area. For additional information please visit www.newwayministries.org
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A 20-page religious tract Apr 24, 2002
I wrote an honest review of this religious pamphlet, quoting their own words. I also pointed out that the information is dated, and ineffective. In addition, I expressed my dissatisfaction with the fact that it is advertised as a "book," when it is not a book.
You did not even list my one-star rating, let alone my review. Perhaps it is your policy to publish ONLY favorable reviews. If that is the case, then I will ignore reviews in the future.
practical guide to expressing anger Jul 14, 1999
This concise, helpful guide gives helpful insights into anger management styles, and their effects on personal relationships. Pointed, practical advice is provided for readers regarding expression of anger (timeliness, degree) so as not to undermine relationships nor allow bitterness to take root. Mr. Crabb's excellent diagrammatic representation of needs, desires and pursuit of goals provides the reader with an easy "visual" to carry in the mind. It also provides a helpful short study and scripture meditation. The information and insight shared in this brief booklet was tremendously helpful.